Lower Mainland Breweries
3 Dogs has brought Vancouver brewery lounge culture to White Rock, with 11 rotating taps and a cozy, pub-style room for the community to gather in.
A licensed patio will be arriving just in time for the warmer weather, upping the already good game of this aptly named new brewery.
Surrey’s original brewpub has been serving up award-winning craft beers for almost 20 years.
Small in size, big on community. North Van’s most secretive brewery nevertheless draws crowds on the weekend, mostly from nearby residences and businesses.
The North Shore’s first modern craft brewery has developed a strong fanbase thanks to a solid core lineup, interesting seasonals and splendid in-house tacos.
The Steveston taproom pairs flights of Britannia’s beers with a full menu that is seafood influenced and focused on local, sustainable, naturally sourced produce, while the brewery itself on Horseshoe Way offers samples and growler fills in its tiny tasting room.
At 15 years and counting, they’re one of the oldest kids on the craft beer block. Their appeal just keeps growing with the additions of distilling and cider-making.
After opening its gorgeous new tasting room, Dageraad’s next trick was to package some of its carefully prepared Belgian beer in cans. If that’s not enough, Dageraad took home Best Brewery honours at the 2018 Canadian Brewing Awards.
Dead Frog continues to push the envelope at its new spacious brewery and tasting room with creative hybrids and unusual flavour combinations—peanut butter stout? Its regular beer lineup is rock solid, too.
Deep Cove offers it all: delicious craft beer, food, craft cocktails, wine, bubbly and cider, plus live musical performances and special events like Beer Pairing dinners.
With up to 20 taps going, there’s a solid chance there’s something brand-new at Foamers’. They actually have two brewhouses on site: their main system that brews 2,000 litres and a smaller 500 litre system where the brewing team gets experimental.
Always at or near the top of best brewery lists, Four Winds just keeps on impressing with their seasonals, sours and mainstay beers.
Fuggles is Dan Colyer, the brain behind a lot of the creative brews and nerdy labels. Warlock references the sorcerer that haunts the brewery, maybe.
Green Leaf boasts one of the best views of any brewery in Metro Vancouver, and if beer isn’t your thing, there’s house-made kombucha and ginger ale, too.
Hearthstone’s Tap & Forno restaurant features a gorgeous tiled forno oven that makes amazing pizzas to go along with the brewery’s innovative and creative beer line-up.
KPU is the first Canadian brewing institution recognized by the Masters Brewers Association. Stop by the lab on a Friday to taste their latest experiments.
When former Coquitlam homebrewer Carlo Baroccio chose to set up shop in Maple Ridge, he started a trend—Maple Ridge now boasts three breweries!
Come for the beer, stay for the gourmet hot dogs, and come back again for Mariner’s barrel-aging program, launching in a few months.
Richmond’s newest brewery offers wood stone oven pizzas, karaoke Wednesdays, and bowling at the Lucky 9 Lanes next door. Happy Year of the Monkey!
Moody Ales was the first brewery in Canada to offer the crowler, and regularly features guest beers brewed by local homebrewers.